The Flowers Carnival is back this year with an exceptional edition organized jointly by Best Love Prod’z, Koup’ART, and Ayiti Douvan. Scheduled for the 29nd and 30rd of July in Delmas 31, this event promises to create a unique atmosphere where music, dance, and the celebration of Haitian culture will take center stage.
Under the captivating theme “Nou Se Ayiti” (We Are Haiti), the 2023 Flowers Carnival aims to bring together the local population and visitors around their identity and heritage. In a time when entertainment venues are often inaccessible, this event offers both the young and adults the opportunity to have a healthy and joyful diversion.
The initiative is led by Rolex Pierre, CEO of Best Love Hotel, who firmly believes in the importance of providing the residents of Delmas and its surroundings a chance to enjoy themselves during the summer period. For him, this event is much more than just a celebration; it is a means to strengthen community ties, support the local artistic industry, and promote the festive spirit of Haiti.
The 2023 Flowers Carnival will feature an impressive lineup of talented musical groups and DJs who will provide an electrifying atmosphere throughout these two days of festivities. Among the featured artists are well-known names such as Afriken, GDLO, Ruff, Roxx, Ruday, Unstoppable, Steeve Sound, DJ Mix, Beats, Fredo, Myking, Limix, Fafeud, Sharp, Speedy, Dragon, Taybwe, Lilo, Shabba Levelt Band, Soro Band, Surprise Band, and Korea Band. Their performances promise to make the hearts of all participants beat with excitement and create unforgettable memories.
In addition to the captivating music, the 2023 Flowers Carnival will also offer food, craft, and local art stands, allowing visitors to discover and appreciate the cultural richness of Haiti. It will also be an opportunity for young talents to showcase their creativity within the community.
As the safety of participants is a priority, the organizers have taken all necessary measures to ensure a safe event. Security teams will be present to ensure the smooth running of the festivities and to enforce the current health measures.